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Nov 4, 2012 8:00am EST
also laid out an optimistic vision for america. >> he's going to continue his war on coal and oil and gas. look, my view is, let's take advantage of the natural resources we have, make sure they're clean and abundant and bring back jobs and stop sending hundreds and billions of dollars to other nations. >> governor romney has been attracting huge crowds in these last days. >>> political analyst mark plotkin talked with our own maureen umeh last night, weighing in on the democrats' decision to send president clinton to virginia. >> obviously they view bill clinton as an enormous asset. he lost virginia twice when he ran, but '96 he came close. i remember the president four years ago ended his campaign monday night in a large crowd in northern virginia. 60%, they need 60% to win virginia and the 13 electoral votes. among the nine battleground states, virginia right now is the tithest tightest in the polls. if it's as close as everybody says, i don't know how there will be declared a winner. there will be hundreds of thousands, hundreds of thousands of provisional votes cast in ohio, tha
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